Based on extensive consultation with experts in every area of our laboratory practice and an exhaustive review of our processes and procedures, Mayo Medical Laboratories will NOT ACCEPT specimens from patients suspected of having Ebola Virus Disease. Read this post to learn more about the three main reasons for this decision.
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Thirty years ago this October, the Mayo Clinic Mayo One medical helicopter flew its first patient. To celebrate its anniversary, the Star Tribune tells the story of Nels Gunderson, who in 2012 hung in the balance between life and death.
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